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available to about 600 animals of u.s. government personnel and japan and the pentagon will assist in the departures and the u.s. expanding its recommended evacuation zone around the nuclear plant to a radius of 50 mi.. president obama speaking this afternoon about the situation the president called japan's prime minister to express his sympathy in a 30 minute phone call on wednesday president obama assured them that we will help them rebuild the devastated nation and our president emphasized the u.s. will do everything support possible to support japan. white house officials say that kan brief the president on efforts to contain the nuclear emergency. the aftermath of the earthquake in tsunami especially painful for one chicago woman her 25 year-old son has been missing for one week in japan now. we have been talking with the mother in life and the west side. >> a very sad one the last time this cynthia spoke with their son was on march 10th a message on line that he let her know that despite earthquake warnings that he was fine. cynthia has not heard since. a message that seems o
u.s. navy is now joining the efforts to cool the reactor is down with the power knocked out since the tsunami seawater has been used to cool the plant but it contains salts which is damaging the reactor units the u.s. navy should arrive shortly and began pumping fresh water into the damage reactors. japan is urging the tokyo electric co. to be more transparent about the information about the reactors. it is causing people to suffer skin burns from highly radioactive water. >> the situation at the nuclear power plants is still unpredictable. we are trying to prevent it from getting worse we cannot allow ourselves to be optimistic. >> levels of radioactive iodine in sea water up to 19 mi. offshore are 5 to 1200 times higher than normal. there may be some sort of leakage directly into the ocean. the crisis was weighing heavily on the minds of dozens of people who offered their help today at fund-raisers in chicago. >> both fund-raisers today brought out a small crowds but they had big hearts. the japanese american service committee combined classical japanese bands with a bake sale
that the u.s. cannot stand idle when it comes to libya civil war but any action will be taken with the help of u.s. allies not by american forces alone . >> the changes in the region will not and cannot be imposed by the united states or any foreign power ultimately it will be driven by the people of the arab world. . >> just hours later lebron announced a ceasefire promising to halt to attacks on anti- government rebels but an opposition member the coastal city said the announcement had not stopped the fighting . >> secretary of state henry clinton said it's the action of gaddafi that will influence mobile response. . >> will continue to work with our partners in the international community to press gaddafi to leave and to support the legitimate aspirations of the libyan people . >> should gaddafi remain the role of the u.s. in the operations is a source of debate. . >> to do you think the u.s. was too slow to respond to the situation in libya? text yes or no 29799 it.no to 9799 [ male announcer ] it's a rule of nature. you don't decide when vegetables reach the peak of perfection. the veg
the japanese government said that japan asked for help u.s. forces in japan are you ready to provide that assistance?. >> the answer to your second question is yes and i help told prime minister kan we will provide whatever assistance they need. my understanding is the main assistance that we can provide it with capacity. the ability for us to help in the cleanup process and obviously we have is not like this you have a huge disruptions both in the infrastructure boats and houses and cars there washing into main thoroughfares and that requires heavy equipment and any but the assistance we can provide will be providing. i am heartbroken by this tragedy and when you see what is happening in japan you are reminded that all of our differences cultural language or religion that ultimately humanity is one. when we face these tens of natural disasters in new zealand or 80 or japan. think about your own family. how would you feel it you lost a loved one and if your entire life savings were gone because of the devastation. the japanese people are such close friends of ours and i have such a c
disconnected diaz from reality. . >> the u.s. has not promised assistance to opponents yet but navy ships are moving closer to libya and u.s. has frozen $30 billion in libyan assets. >> singer delhi furtado will donate $1 million issue is paid by khaddafi for performance she did for his family in 2007. several other artists also perform for him personally. . >> up actor charlie sheen in the round of media interviews. he is clean on a quest for victory. sheen said down with peirce morgan and he lashed out at cbs producers for his show. he was hospitalized from a house party and he has made biting remarks and accusations on his newest interview. he told a morgan that he had an epiphany. >>. >> i guess there is some school of thought saying that experiences good or bad win lose or draw like that. i do not think i would trade any of it because i'm still alive which is pretty cool. . >> sheen will not go away anytime soon. he is suing cbs and more interviews are planned but his longtime publicist quit yesterday. . >> a major security breach against morgan stanley . >> if you have trouble quitt
engineers restart upon it was sent coolants over the reactors. there are reports tonight that the u.s. is helping . >> the rhodesian debt levels have dipped. we do not expect hs of radiation to reach the west coast, hawaii and alaska or the u.s. territories in the pacific and not as for america's next and in japa planes arriving fromd chicago and other u.s. cities are chirping radiation detectors jered homeland security are saying that there is no threat as thought earlier . >> all local agencies including the chicago department of aviation and tell reporters the of information needs to come directly from the department of homeland security or u.s. borders and customs. they say as of tonight and there is little cause for concern . >> while watching japan's nuclear crisis american federal's seven extra careful in monitoring flights arriving in from tokyo. according to the department of homeland's security it was because of the card will not any of the passengers or their luggage. a spokesman for american airlines says it was medical equipment that tripped alarms in chicago. today u.s.
around the country. the tone for u.s. engagement. the president's nationally televised speech on libya. from the national defense university in washington president obama addressed the nation monday night to clarify the purpose of the u.s. mission in libya. >> when our interests and values are at stake we have a responsibility to act. that is what has happened in libya. >> the explanation comes more than one week after the u.s. military and coalition of allies began military action to enforce the united nations no- fly zone in the civil war-torn country. president obama explains actions the united states has taken to protect the libyan people from the brutality of muammar gaddafi. >> we will deny the regime arms, cut off its cash and assist the opposition. we will work with other nations to hasten the day when he leaves power. >> republicans and democrats have leave criticize the president's plan. >> these concerns and questions are equally relevant in the senate and congress since it is the responsibility of congress to declare war. if it is war. of course to fund our military >
with missile strikes. >> barbara hall has tonight's top story. >> the u.s. military as part of an operation that includes key allies such as france and the u.k. launched missiles on libyan leader mall mar gaddafi's forces. dozens of missiles landed in the area. president barack obama speaking from brazil said that the u.s. it will not have troops on the ground but could not idly stand by while ago gaddafi friend his people with more violence. >> that is the cause of this coalition. >> pentagon officials say that the purpose of the mission called operation odyssey don is controlled. >the french air force began the operation by launching fighters over libya, and especially around the rebel stronghold area of of the gauzy. some claim that civilian areas are being hit by the launches. >> local lawmakers weighed in on today's action it was very important for this country to make a statement. >> i don't think there should be any u.s. boats on the ground and libya but if we can help the rebels hang on and prevent civilian slaughter coming we will have done a good thing. >> there are families aroun
or went to visit family or friends. >> it was family from both the u.s. in india as well as staff who called the police concerned about the doctors safety when she didn't show up to work last tuesday morning. investigators do not want to speculate right now on what may have happened or if anyone may be involved. >> i don't focus on one aspect of the investigation and overlook something else. at this time we just don't know what has happened and we are keeping all of our options open. >> president barack obama will address the nation talking about libya to our nights. it has been one week since an international coalition and began firing missiles and flying air missions to enforce united nations approved no-fly zone. nato is now getting ready to take over operations in libya. >> an unusual sight in unusual times, a libyan man and it just liberated city is thank for correlation airstrikes that have helped give rebels the chance to regroup. a successful weekend for the opposition. on sunday they also added a key oil town to their territory. democratic senator had this to say about who
to get to the airport the bill made in japan though they're saying they're happy to be back on u.s. soil and as people flee the devastation in japan these people are heading towards it. members of an international brigade we know here for a flight to the hardest-hit areas of japan will spend 10 days sifting through devastation for victims and hopefully survivors. . >> i am nervous i will not lie. i am sure that we will do it very good job believed several flights arrived and passengers who never left the airport in tokyo still say the country's loss was palpable there. . >> one man there was an american that had been there during the earthquake and he was really shaken up about pulp and. >> just talking to people and seeing their faces them up an mit professor felt the quake but says his experience cannot even compared others. >> the bus driver backed away from high-rise buildings right away and we sat there and rocked and rolled it was like riding a bus in a chicago street with plot holes except it was even more intense and it continued on. it was very scary but compared to the stuff in
of the intervention says the u.s. does not know enough about the rebels fighting gaddafi forces. president obama reportedly sent cia operatives into libya to learn more about them. . >> radiation levels near the damaged fukushima plant are now more than 4000 times the legal limit. officials are not sure what is causing despite or how to stop it. meantime the tokyo lecture power co. says the loss to plants means the region will have rolling blackouts during the peak summer demand. about 140 military members from the u.s. medically treating and decontaminated radioactive material will arrive soon to provide help. . >> some of the workers who've been trying to prevent a meltdown now say they expect to die from radiation sickness within weeks or months. restoration workers have been exposed to dangerously high levels of radiation are trying to bring the plant's cooling system is back on-line. the mother of one of the workers says the team has discussed at length and they have committed themselves to die if necessary to save the nation. . >> of penal services for the first woman vice-presidential ca
this morning in a shooting in st. louis. the suspect opened fire on two u.s. marshals and a st. louis police marshall when marshals showed up to taken into custody. both marshalls are in the hospital one in critical condition and the other is there. the police officer only had a graze wound. the suspect had a criminal history and it is not clear if he died from a self-inflicted wound or a few shot by police. . >> chicago police officer accused of making a false 911 col. the officer accused of calling east local department and reporting it by a bar while he himself was pulled over for speeding by another officer. the other officer left the scene and realize the call was baked when he arrived at the alleged crime scene. one officer remains an active duty but is under investigation. >> a police officer of allegedly beating a man and take goes to trial today. video shows the officer pulled his gun belt and using a stun gun and his friend but then hitting belle 15 times with a baton. the video has no audio. prosecutors say was unprovoked by some colleagues and police officials say that the office
humanitarian assistance to reach all the beans. the u.s.-backed bombing of khaddafi forces avoided a potential mass. counterparts from over 40 nations to enforce the low fly zone over libya and make sure that people in war-torn in communities get humanitarian aid. president obama defends the air strikes in libya. hours after his speeches planes destroyed or damaged three warships. the pentagon says those warships were threatening merchant ships. the president says america has an obligation to protect the people of libya from pilots reprisals by their leader. . >> along with other world leaders have we will actively pursued through non-military means. . >> if we tell him do not worry because it will not be removed by force i think that is very encouraging to gaddafi. . >> made it takes charge in the mission tomorrow and the united states will continue to supply weapons to rebels and provide humanitarian assistance. . >> syrian television reports that parts of the government have been dissolved after two weeks of protests. al al-assad is expected to make a speech in the next 48 hours talking a
. at 31 fifth and sixth graders complained of skin irritations and its u.s. most were looked over and given a clean bill of health. it investigators still have not released the cause of. at . >> to look at these dead fish washing up along the rocks. this is mary knoll upon tpond. needlo say the smell is not pleasant. there is a bit of a current. there are thousands of fish that have washed up here. no one knows why they have died. this is calleits connected by a stret goes out from glen allen. we haven't heard any other reports but if you know of any other spot where other fodead fish are washing up please contact us a . >> jim ramsey says we could seea slight difference in temperatures tomorrow. host: could switching to geico really save you 15% or more on car insurance? host: what, do you live under a rock? man: no way! man: hey rick check this out! anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save 15% or more on car insurance. [ female announcer ] important events can sneak up on you. oh, i am not ready. [ female announcer ] but in two weeks, you could feel ready. introducing yoplait light's
a concern for hawaii and to the west coast of the u.s. feared the worst never came. a president obama offered condolences . >> international relief efforts are beginning to mobilize. and to begin what is expected to be a very long recovery effort . >> more than 8000 japanese troops have been deployed to locate missing people who may be alive beneath the rubble paired in the meantime th. digitalis' your situation . >> sphere the earthquake hit i lin southern she bewitches about several hours away from where the epicenter was. but we could still feel heavy shakes. the . >> can you tell us what you saw were you able to walk around it? . >> my surroundings weren't as bad as what was being seen on the news. when i got back home there were a few things broken. but for the most part i think the major thing that affected everyone wasn't the phone's been out. it wa. >> thought about how you helped the kids in the class that you are and at the time of the quake amonte being from the midwest we usually don't have a lot of earthquakes. it was definitely my first big one so i was naturally in shoc
. >> experts here in the state's main timeworn of an creasing risk of nuclear dangers . >> the u.s. putting unmanned military drums over japan's nuclear sites to get a clearer picture from above. on the ground on japan heroic workers at the reactor site continue their on-again off-again task of trying to reduce the nuclear threat. tonight dozens of refugees in shelters are being tested for possible contamination and rescue teams searched the snell for survivors. . >> in fact it's very much an international problem many countries advising their citizens to leave japan as quickly as possible. in the face of a possible nuclear meltdown. and this country the source of it heated debate on capitol hill. . >> right now according to your executive director you are doing nothing new. i haven't heard anything appeared i look at what germany is doing a look at what switzerland is due when none of them are panicking at all. i think they're being weis.weiswi. >> first of all we're going to be looking very seriously at what happens in japan and if we get information that tells us that there is a safety i
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by the impact of the earthquake on japan which is the world's third largest economy reeling on u.s. stocks japan's government spokesman saying steel rods at the nuclear power plant may have melted when water levels fell increasing the risk of a meltdown and warning that insurance companies in japan and around the world will sustain heavy losses which will have a negative credit result for some companies. one industry that has seen gains is japan's builders. they will be on the front lines of rebuilding japan after the country was struck by the strongest earthquake on record investors expecting that reconstruction demands will be great the only sector seen gains on the u.k. index today. here in the u.s. trying to do with rising prices of commodities like me to perry and gas and wal-mart is the net impact on its customers. boris families in america spend as much as a quarter of their income on just food and fuel. pain is being shared by the preferred retailers and on the other end of the wall to scale it looks like millionaires do not think $7 million is enough to be wealthy anymore. according to
small. >> the anniversary of the worst nuclear disaster in u.s. district the core of the three mile island plant to outside harrisburg at a partial meltdown and the small routes radiation escaped and no one was immediately hurt by higher standards in nuclear plants and the big holding vigil every year to remember this but this year's vigil will be dedicated to the victims of the earthquake in tsunami japan. >> lifting the moratorium on to power plant construction in june osmond in january but now wants to make sure what is happening in fukushima does not happen here she pushed the legislation to preserve and create jobs and seven fellow republican co- sponsors supported the bill. up next a midday news that a stronghold of libyan leader gadhafi stronghold as president obama prepares to address the nation about the u.s. role. >> during for the reelection bid by setting up a campaign office in chicago. >> shows a media pediatrician keeping an eye out for childhood depression. this is wgn midday news. as a manager, my team counts on me to stay focused. so i take one a day men's 50+
. investors looking at the u.s. trade deficit which widened 15% in january. more expensive oil overshadowing record exports from the u.s. and experts of american made goods getting a boost from the weaker u.s. dollar. crude-oil right now is loyal lower and by events other than libya. investors concerned that the debt crisis in china's trade deficit means demand for fuel drop but the situation in libya continues to stop production of an estimated million barrels a day. the violence there escalating the price of gas which according to bloomberg data has increased every single day except one since mid february. investors are stepping on the brakes on gm today after management funds. gm shares are down after news that its vice-chairman and cfo will be leaving the automaker on april 1st to be replaced by the treasurer. telling bloomberg that going to beat a that microsoft over a year ago was upset that he had and talked over for gm's ceo spot. stocks are down today the dow seen its biggest drop since august of last year and increases in jobless claims and the date trade deficit and investors conc
-fly zone. u.s. forces still have a major role. all 28 nato allies agreed to a plan to take over trying to protect civilians from gaddafi. the u.s. will step back from a no-fly zone in days they say. >> nato is well-suited to coordinate this international effort. insuring that all participating nations are working effectively together toward our shared goal. >> the agreement falls short of taking full command of all military operations in libya. the u.s. will still be a key on the ground. arab the dissipation in the coalition has increased trade the united arab emirates is contributing 12 planes. nearly killed when the violence erupt all around him as he does a live report. >> it's a toy. >> richard and go had to duck for cover. he's working in libya as a correspondent. that's part of the territory when it comes to covering conflict in the middle east. >> a glimmer of good news from japan need cash other radioactive iodine in tokyo's top water has dropped to levels considered safe for babies. some say hours after their plans to distribute bottled water to tens of thousands of pare
of keeping the skies clear but the u.s. is responsible for planning attacks against ground forces. . >> a two-part accident on the kennedy critically injured one person and caused major traffic problems. the crash happened about 430 this morning at the kimbell exit on the southbound side. one person was rushed to illinois masonic and two others turned down treatment caused the expressway to be completely shut down in both directions at one. and the express lanes were reversed topees the traffic. an autopsy is scheduled for today on a 64 year-old rolling meadows woman was pulled from our servers guard. the car was found it went elgin palatine yesterday covers pulled her up she was declared dead at the hospital. they did not say how it ended up in the pond or it was intentional. >> state attorney alvarez's looking for an investigation as to whether police investigators acted properly or rather acted improperly to protect the nephew of mayor daley. in 2004 make is a nephew punched another man who died of his injuries. the police report says that police did not charge the the reportedly picked hi
address the human rights council. the u.s. has not ruled out any options to help the libyan people achieve democracy. . >> we will continue to explore all possible actionoptions frac. for actions. . >> the pentagon says there now repositioned the naval and air forced to prepare for any actions that may be needed to deal with libya and gaddafi and the u.s. has frozen many billions in gaddafi's assets. a former agent president is not going anywhere. his assets have also been frozen. documents show that his family may have secret back about councibank accounts.. >> i think we need a much more aggressive policy on the high seas to make it extraordinarily dangerous for parents to leave their home waters. . >> 50 ships are held in pirate custody with 800 international crew members. these pirates and have exported hundred million dollars in ransom. and growing threats to ships. also broad powers for unseen commanders who havattacked and sank ships that tonight the voice of bernie made off from prison he's there for stealing billions it and that pundit scheme. he also opens about the pain he cause
won't fix things either. because of a changing world they u.s. does not dictate global oil prices. nothing is one to prevent somebody whose newly wealthy in china to it from getting a car in china and filling, so for now and maybe from now on if you want to drive your going to have to pay. here in the suburbs public transportation options are limited. . >> we may look back at this one day as low. . >> howard simons and the voice of doom where the voice of realism. it is not good any way you look at it. simmons says that he doesn't see prices ever going down again and that is definitely going to hurt. . >> two weeks ago today professor northwestern university made a split-second decision that eventually made world headlines. he allowed sex and a classroom on stage witnessed by hundreds of students. . >> professor john michael bailey while declining and on air interview. it says that he is hoping that the whole scandal will blow over with time. bailey says that he has yet to be interviewed by anybody associated with university investigations. he said that it could be months before a
economy behind in the u.s. and china. it's an important player in the supply chain. . >> cross the area there's room for help out. how did japan an'e good news as well as dozens of the people from the chicago area who had been living or working in japan were able to make it home safely today. all of them have quite a story to tell. including a man who was teaching japanese kids to even speak english . >> ready with a homemade sign at the store family anxiously awaits neck to arrive. no one more excited than his mom to see him. she spent all day trying to reach and . >> i was scared out of my wits. i just didn't know what to think i was just hoping for the best . >> after spending the last few days trying to get home he finally made it. he has spent the last year teaching english in the small town of comice true but 60 mi. northwest of tokyo. . >> emotional reunions continue throughout the afternoon. a woman embraces her granddaughter. every traveler from japan we spoke with today say they felt the first quake and the aftershocks were just as terrifying . >> we've always felt aftershocks
the earthquake in u.s. and non it would be coming, he rushed to his daughter's school when no one was there he rushed from shelter to shelter looking for her. he was terrified. >> he found bodies on the street. >> finally he was able to find her alive and well. he then went to the tory to his parents' house which is not livable anymore. he fled to neighboring england state. >> the road condition is just too bad to travel. >> they lost everything in hurricane katrina, they rebuild their lives and the chicago suburbs. her father told her on the phone last night that they know that they can do as well. tonight he is grateful was still very scared. >> we're so relieved that they're safe. i'm hoping that my sister and her three children and her husband are safe to. >> she is very optimistic because her sister lives in an elevated mountain area. lots of people that could not get through yesterday are now getting through to their loved ones. although there are still many more who were still trying to get through. a lot of people are missing still. >> the wisconsin democratic state senators who stayed
on the radicalization of muslim americans. as a possible threat to the u.s.. rally's both for and against were held. king says that there is a threat. >> we're talking about calcutta , there has been self radicalization going on. >> the democratic congressman of the first muslim elected to congress is worried that it could make matters worse and agrees that the committee should investigate the idea but does not i agree on singling out a particular community. >> libya is now using helicopters and their protests. a fierce battle took place today near gaddafi's home town. if it fell under the control of rebel forces it would be a huge boost for them. the chief of staff is advising caution when proceeding in dealing with the forces. >> as the president said all options are on the table with this task to be an international effort yet world leaders will join together and deliver a strong response against gadhafi, hundreds of people have died when the uprisings broke out on february 15th and they also said it's in the best interests of the libyan people for gaddafi to step down. >> a man tried to hang hi
and the threat of a nuclear meltdown continues. >> aid from the u.s. and other countries has arrived, and more help is on the way. the death toll and japan continues to climb. japan's prime minister is calling it the country's worst crisis since world war two, more than 10,000 people are feared dead from the earthquake in tsunami and thousands are still missing. >> he knows where his children are but his wife is not been found yet. >> there are incredible images of survival. on the ground, workers continue to go through rubble but with each passing hour the chances of finding people alive dwindle. >> i decided to make every effort to survive. >> in the hardest-hit areas there is little food and water and limited electricity. power will be rationed off, a desperate situation worsened by the threat of a possible nuclear meltdown. it has caused widespread evacuation. japanese officials have upgraded the earthquake's magnitude to nine. bow. this could be the most expensive disaster in modern world history. the estimate is $100 billion in damage. >> the destruction in japan is adding up to empty sh
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up hoping to improve relations with the u.s.. meeting with raul castro yesterday. and one person was slammed by cuban media for alleged links to washington. expectations that cartter would negotiate the release of a person recently sentenced to 15 years in prison who is accused of providing internet access to the dissidents but he says that is not the purpose of the trip them up arizona the first place to ban abortions based on their race or gender of the fetus. the governor signed a law yesterday. doctors and other professionals not face felony charges it to perform abortions tell parents like children on the basis of sex or race. women having the abortion will not be penalized. no clear evidence is such abortions are happening in arizona but they may be occurring in other countries like china. >> the federal government finding virginia tech board response to the campus shootings four years ago. one person shot 32 people and kill them in 2007. a federal court sounds that the school did not one shootings about the shooting in a timely manner. said the school broke below that requ
. >> of u.s. service members were shot and killed and two others wounded in germany this morning. it happened at frankfurt international airport. the 21 year-old man from coastal boat is in custody. the man opened fired on a bus carrying the service members. the victims were under way to either or rock or afghanistan. . >> fundamentalist church members can continue staging and i-gay protests at military funerals. it was voted 8-1 that these protests are protected under the first amendment. military funeral 7 picketed for several years at today's decision upholds the court ruling to route 8 $5 million judgment to the father of the cit. marine bird the father sued the church after they picketed his son's funeral in 2006. >> killing three members of his own family. 35 years after the crime patricia colombo is up for parole again. she and her boyfriend stabbed her 13 year- old brother and shot her parents. they were sentenced to 300 years in prison but up for parole in may. colombo has appeared at least 15 times and has a preliminary hearing tomorrow. two board members have supported
are mexican citizens here in the u.s. illegally. >> chicagos inspector general said the city is wasting money and use to get rid of truck drivers. the drivers do nothing more than take of the workers to job sites and wake wait while those workers do their jobs. a long-term city labor contract exchange is impossible. >> the city has to offer staff work that in the private sector would be done with fewer workers and therefore more cheaply. again at a cost 18 million the year to the taxpayer that the hundred $80 million. the city of chicago give up this statement today. on capitol hill closer to reaching a tentative budget compromise to avoid a government shutdown it would cut out least $33 million in this year but it's that 23 million more than democrats ever agreed to. house committee members are debating how to hit the number of the deal might still fall through when it comes to how the cuts are made. in libya a major defection from gaddafi's circle. gaddafi's forces have the rebels on the run again despite air strikes. the rebels have lost all their recent gains. tonight cia officers are o
to to name just next door. two u.s. warships 400 marines on standby for humanitarian regulations. secretary state hillary could 10 says noclinton says all optionsn the table now. meantime the libyan leader gadhafi is making nice sending a convoy of food to guns which is not in his hands now. sherman said that rising ol prices could be bad for the economy. but it's not a long- term risk he thinks. he believes a political term or erupting all over the middle east is driven up prices at the pump. the average gas price is now up over $3.40 per gallon. as for today a chemical been to create fake pot when into effect. products like cape to mary joy and spice were allowed to skirt around the law. because they were labelled as incense. it's already been banned in more than a dozen states and several countries. . >> here's what you're seeing tomorrow chicago tribune and exclusive report for tradition reporter.from transportation re cubs fans are all over the world raising a glass bottle or can. today is here carry its birthday in speaking of the cuba preseason broadcasting on sunday. coming up lotte
. >> kirk says the nuclear plant holds 1,100 t of spent fuel rods awaiting permanent storage. the u.s. to spend more than 25 years and $10 billion developing the nuclear waste repository in nevada. it is tucked away 100 mi. from the nearest population. the bickering over the use of the facility should end in order to having long term storage site for nuclear fuel rods. they hope to this form is not just political grandstanding. bulls' fever sweeping the city. black tickets on sale. >> 1200 rubber duckies vanished. >> live from the at&t chicago the official drawing of the illinois lottery. >> your winning lottery numbers for friday march 25th to does 11. best of luck. >> more than 300 cbs students showcased their science high jinks at the first annual science fair today. the fair featured everything from chemistry, physics aerospace and zoology. >> i concluded that all the medications were extremely tough active. >> the top 55 students will be invited to bring their exhibits to the center at the university of illinois in may. the top four students will be invited to bring their ex
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and, the muslims that served in the u.s. military. this comes three weeks after the house had a hearing on the threat posed by radical muslims. >> radiation assisted with the troubled japanese nuclear plant lead to made it all went to the western suburbs. according to the air tonight, test samples taken into page county has shown low levels of radiation but is not expected to cause any problems. in the meantime a very difficult balancing act in japan today. nuclear power plant workers tried to keep crippled reactor school while also preventing a radioactive water from leaking into the ocean. they have been pumping in spring water to keep the radioactive fuel from overheating. contaminated water has been out. >> taking heat an anti-abortion group gets blasted over this controversial billboard. >> a broken heart may actually hurt. there maybe a real reason getting dumped is physically painful periods. [ male announcer ] when chips ahoy! real chocolate chips collide with original heath toffee bars every delicious cookie is crammed with chocolatey toffee joy.
between president karzai and the u.s. military. >> hearings on the radicalization of muslim americans. opponents want the chairman to back down on the plant and unfairly targets a religious minority. julian is life in the cultural center of america and willowbrook. >> good afternoon. strong emotions surrounding this issue nationally and locally. muslim groups in chicago will be watching things very closely in these hearings in washington. members of the cultural center here in willow brook will be keeping a close eye on events. >> we're talking about al qaeda and self radicalization within a small minority and that is where the threat is coming from at this time. >> congressman king the homeland security committee chairmen will convene the controversial hearings in washington set to begin on thursday. over the weekend of protesters in new york condemn the hearings. people all religious background say the hearings are unfairly targeting is long and could do more harm than good. new york's mayor blumberg says the hearings are unnecessary. kane and others say it is not about persecuting
is alive with more on the motion. . >> according to a motion filed in u.s. district court this morning attorneys for blagojevich have not been paid since starting nine months ago and money woes make it impossible for the former governor to have an effective defense. blagojevich has asked the judge to cancel his retrial and sentenced them monday seoul conviction of lying to the fbi for his first trial. it carries a five-year prison sentence is said that blagojevich is not conceding guilt but rather a second prosecution of this case would be irresponsible use of taxpayer funds. the government is supposed to cover the costs of the retrial but federal funds were exhausted last month. the first trial cost nearly $3 million and blagojevich faces 20 charges include one that he tried to sell the senate seat vacated by obama. some of these carry a 20 year prison sentence. joining us is legal analyst terry sullivan. talks about an agreement with the government and is this part of it?. >> i am quite sure from what has happened that in fact the government of will probably serve this some time aft
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